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Cushendum, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.

Cushendun or 'Foot of the Dun'  is located on the coast where the river Dun  (The Brown River) meets the sea.   It's a picturesque village on the scenic route from Cushendall via Torr Head to Ballycastle. 

Designed for Lord Cushendun in the style of a Cornish village by the architect Clough Williams Ellis in the early 1900s, much of the village is today owned by the National Trust. With it's tea rooms, old pub, and fine beach, it's certainly worth stopping and taking time to enjoy the relaxed pace of life in this small Antrim coastal village.

Further information is available at the www.northantrim.come and National Trust websites:


National Trust



Getting there?                   Map


Village Square

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Old Cushendun Hotel

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Copyright 2004, Robert H Mayne, All rights reserved   

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